Afrojack Wants to Sound Like Daft Punk

Lost & Found: courtesy of Wall Recordings

Nick van de Wall, we know him as Afrojack, is one of my favorite DJs to see spin live. I’ve personally seen Afrojack spin twice and both times he’s created an atmosphere full of electrifying beats and left crowds lusting for more. Simply epic! He’s known for his energetic performances and unique Dutch sound. According to his biography, Afrojack has been pursuing his passion of  EDM since age 11. He’s only in his early 20’s which means we’ll be hearing plenty more of his music in the future.

He just released his album Lost & Found in late December, which fans get to enjoy nine new tracks. Some of the top songs include Bubblegum, Frontal and Bald & Hairy. My favorite track on the album has to be “Daft Sound.” In this track, he puts a little humor and jokes around as he uses vocals that are oh so similar to the notorious Daft Punk vocals. The beat hits hard and well enough talking take a listen below and let me know what you think…

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Just a So Cal dude obsessed with electronic dance music, especially House. Here to AMuse the world with another blog. I’m insanely interested in highlighting EDM, artists and events around the world. Open to receiving ideas, thoughts and constructive criticism as I continue on with my blogging adventure. Have something you want me to highlight? Send it my way! Steven@housemuseic.com. I hope you will enjoy my blog as much as I love writing it. Muchas Gracias Friends -Steven The House Museic Blogger Muchas Gracias Friends -Steven The House Museic Blogger

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